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By Leonhard Guenther, Frederick May Eliot

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I left the association earlier than my other col- [411 A German Ace Tells Why leagues intending to give up my membership . My father has just warned me not to do it. " He reminded me of the story which is being told about King August of Saxonia, who, leaving his capital in November, 1918, and going into exile was cheered and greeted at the railway station by a large crowd. " I think father is right . Let's do as the Romans do. But there is no reason any more for a political diary if one is forced to give up one's political ideals in order to keep one's position .

Will the politicians of the other nations, will our own capitalists, notice that we are heading toward destruction with our eyes open? From Kaiserdom To Hitlerism October 11, 1931 Last night, Reichspresident von Hindenburg received Adolf Hitler in audience for the first time. Today the forces of the Kaiserparties, representatives of the German World-War veterans, big business men, and Adolf Hitler have met in the little town of Harzburg . In these two days, history has been made . Adolf Hitler, the Nationalsocialist, has been more or less accepted as the popular leader of the opposition forces by the old conservative parties and has made an alliance with these forces .

From Kaiserdom To Hitlerism October 11, 1931 Last night, Reichspresident von Hindenburg received Adolf Hitler in audience for the first time. Today the forces of the Kaiserparties, representatives of the German World-War veterans, big business men, and Adolf Hitler have met in the little town of Harzburg . In these two days, history has been made . Adolf Hitler, the Nationalsocialist, has been more or less accepted as the popular leader of the opposition forces by the old conservative parties and has made an alliance with these forces .

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